Investing in Your Company’s Greatest Asset – Employees

Group RSP and Group DPSP Every company's greatest asset is its employees. Whether you are a one-person consulting firm or a 1000+ national tech and computing software company, all employers wish to attract, retain and motivate the best in the industry, no matter the role. A motivated, loyal and...

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How I bought a house for free

How would you like to buy a house for free? This isn't a get-rich-quick scheme, it's the personal story of our President, Jeff Devlin, and an example of implementing the recommendations we provide. In this article you will learn: The importance of having clarity of what you want in life ...

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Investing in a Post–Pandemic World

Overview The global economy is bouncing back. COVID-19 infection rates are dropping as more people are getting vaccinated.  We are now in the reflation phase of the recovery: high growth, rising inflation, low interest rates, and lots of volatility.  How do we then invest in a post-pandemic...

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COVID-19 vaccines for all British Columbians

Author: Pacific Blue Cross What you need to know about BC’s COVID-19 vaccination plan As BC’s number one health benefits provider, our mission is to improve health and wellbeing for all British Columbians. Because we provide health benefits coverage to over 1.6 million people in the...

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How to Invest a Cash Lump Sum

Increasing our savings and making good investments helps us increase our wealth. While this is true, we also become wealthy from a sudden cash lump sum. This usually occurs 1 of 3 ways: 1) Selling a Business At some point, entrepreneurs sell their business (hopefully for a large amount)....

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Retirement Mistake No.36: Not Being Prepared

What if you died today? Thinking about it seems odd, but we all want to have peace of  mind about the answer to that question. When answering from a financial perspective, it’s natural to want to do the best you can with the finances you have. Dean’s Estate Planning In the last few...

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